John Rosemond says today’s parents stress over problems that parents of 60 years ago would have responded to with a shrug. Back then, they allowed their children the freedom to fail, which is the most valuable and instructive freedom of all. They realized that the greatest of all instructors was life itself.
John Rosemond says today’s parents stress over problems that parents of 60 years ago would have responded to with a shrug. Back then, they allowed their children the freedom to fail, which is the most valuable and instructive freedom of all. They realized that the greatest of all instructors was life itself. Jay Fish Getty Images/iStockphoto
John Rosemond says today’s parents stress over problems that parents of 60 years ago would have responded to with a shrug. Back then, they allowed their children the freedom to fail, which is the most valuable and instructive freedom of all. They realized that the greatest of all instructors was life itself. Jay Fish Getty Images/iStockphoto

Stressed-out parents of unmotivated teen should stop stressing

April 26, 2017 6:23 AM

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